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State test scores earned by special education students and non-special education students are being compared, and used to evaluate a teacher's effectiveness. I think this is an unfair way to measure a teacher's effectiveness. Does anyone else have an opinion?
I retired from a school district as a CSE Chairperson. Prior to that position, I taught special eduction classes for over twenty years. I have always been an advocate for my students and their parents. Now, in private practice, I continue to tutor students and consult with their parents.